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station this is the kron for morning moose.kron 4 morning ne >> darya: weather and traffic. >> james: a live look from the roof camera we have low clouds around the coast, blue skies this morning, everybody will see that this afternoon. warmer temperatures this afternoon. today is probably the beginning of the real warm-up, tomorrow is when to be hot, full forecast in just a bit. >> george: better news for the bay bridge, it was a developing hot spot, but this doll is just been cleared, the vehicle driven away, no longer any delay now getting across the bridge, sadly it had an impact in the toll plaza, the backup beyond 880. >> darya: 7:01 a.m., less than
48 hours since the death of the most wanted terrorist in the world they have to decide whether to release the graphic photos of osama bin laden. they killed him in a secret operation, there is video of the leaders burial at sea. officials tried to decide whether to release any or all of this. they want to eliminate the disbelief that he is still lifes. they also don't want to islamic sentiment. we will tell you what they decide appeared in the meantime they are going through hard drives, documents that they took from the compound in pakistan. here you see photos of that. u.s. officials hoping the material they got, will provide more insight to al-qaida and its presumed next in command. >> mark: one of the trusted
courier's when answering his cellphone last year and knowingly lead to the compound. u.s. officials saying they monitored car alscalls. from hay around the world president barack obama and national security monitoring the 40 minute strike on the compound in real time watching and listening to the fire fight that killed the leader these are new photos released from sunday inside of the white house. president barack obama will be visiting new york city on thursday, meeting with 9-11 family members. developing story of san jose, hundreds of layoffs if they cannot agree on how to balance the budget. there could
be millions of cuts.hundreds ofd include laying off please officers, firefighters, libraries would be losing 72 workers, parks and recreation would lose 182 positions. >> darya: pg&e is replacing some smart meters after customers say they were overcharged. the customers will get a refund which will amount to about $40. if you get their refund, you get a $25 credit for those affected and inconvenienced by the whole thing. they centimeters malfunctioned because they overheated. if you have a defective meter, they will contact you and give you the money, there has been protests all over the bay area for the smart meters, some are afraid they will emit radiation, some
are free there been overcharged. >> mark: we could be overheating tomorrow. >> james: tomorrow will be hot, alive look for mount tam this morning beautiful blue sky above low clouds dealing with some of cover along the coast. san francisco temperatures 49, 50 in oakland, 49 in san jose. napa, 42 degrees right now, livermore 46 but everybody enjoying a really nice temperatures this afternoon, let's look at those highs, showing you what's in store 79 san rosa, warmer yet in vallejo, 81 for you, san rafael 74 degrees this afternoon, san francisco 69, 78 in palo alto i bit cooler around the bay, oakland 74, looking for 73
hayward, as the couple for the hills 80 degrees is what we expect for walnut creek appeared that delta, antioch, pittsburgh 80 for you, if you're in the south bay today 78 the expected high in san jose, 80 in campbell, 80 in sunnyvale. if you're headed to the a's this afternoon it will be good as they faced the indians. sunny, warm will be your forecast we will hit sunset between it at 8:00 p.m. so by about 9:30 p.m. shaving a handful of degrees off 61 expected temperature. >> george: we managed to dodge a bullet, it could become a hot stock anif the plot. but its been cleared. the stall was
cleared before it backed up in the macarthur maze. san mateo bridge looks good, heavy traffic on the southbound approaching 92 but not at all unusual, hot spots are where traffic is usually slow. your ride to the golden gate bridge 1 01 southbound, very light, some slowing in marin county but not that much. drive times under 30 minutes from novato at highway 37 down to the toll plaza of the bridge. fog was not a big factor in the bridge but it was more evidence about half an hour ago. now it's not apparent near the tops of the towers. 80 westbound lorry shore freeway, in looks good coming down from golden gate fields. >> darya: thank you george 7:07 a.m. back with more of a couple of minutes, a live look at traffic, or lack there of. we
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>> mark: this is busying in missouri as they are blowing up a levee, they blew up a section of a levee britain by flooding. they have the ohio river on one side in the mississippi on the other side. they hope it will take the water level down to 4 ft.. the worst flooding since 1937 in the area boy scouts are
stranded in arkansas appeared six scouts and two leaders were stuck on a hiking trail since sunday swollen stream to preventing emergency responders from reaching them. 20 people were killed last year when flash floods hit a campground area appeared >> darya: they are sifting through this wreckage looking for survivors or victims of tornadoes. you can see all of the damage. hundreds of people still missing in tuscaloosa alone. they have 45 confirmed deaths in that town alone. that death toll could rise now police are worried about looters. they're working 12 hour shifts with no days off to keep order, plus there's a curfew because areas have no power they are concerned about looting. they have the national guard troops
staffing checkpoints in areas as well. the storms hit six states killed more than 300 people. to flooded rivers the in tennessee forced people to head to higher ground. people they're leaving their homes, residence and finley tennessee spent yesterday packing up and moving out appear also getting ready for the floodwater. they are leaving levees in the area built up to try and protect their homes. there has been flood warnings for two dozen counties in tennessee. >> mark: we are just dealing with some fog right now but a warm up on the way. >> james: a quick break down as we look at the san jose camera here. it will be cool, breezy with low clouds burning off before too much longer here.
plenty of sunshine and warmer temperatures than yesterday getting into low 80s. this evening cool and mild setting us up for nice day tomorrow. temperatures right now we still have not moved on lot on the thermometer 50 in oakland, the son has been up for an hour now, 49 in san jose, these temperatures will begin to rise and continue to climb to these numbers here. these are the expected highs. 69 san francisco, 81, cored, oakland it will probably top out at 74, 75 expected in mountain view and in fremont. that is where the highs will go this afternoon. as for what we expect tomorrow the hottest day of the week, 90 that is that how hot it will get in some portions. thursday looking
great a carbon copy of wednesday. this weekend we see another cool down. tomorrow we are 90 but by sunday we are only upper 60s. a pleasant looking forecast over the next seven days let's get a check on your commute. >> george: the bay bridge is of concern right now, whether not it will tip over and become a hot spot because there was a stalled earlier at the bay bridge, while it has been cleared traffic continues to build up in the westbound direction if you look up at the 880 approach, it has backed up in the left-hand lanes here up to the top of the ramp. well were not backed up to the macarthur maze it may get there in which case the bay bridge does become a hot spot. it was light traffic here and to lessen cool stall packard appeared san
mateo bridge has been a good one, 92 looks good out to the span, and across the bridge. your ride to a golden gate bridge if it is just a bit sluggish in northern marin but through central marin to the bridge is a light and easy ride. the south bay in the san jose commute 1 01 northbound heavier now but lighter than usual on the ride into santa clara from downtown san holiday. public transit still problem free ride, minor delays on the first ace train this morning subsequent trains have been on time. >> mark: lead skoda richmond where teachers are holding their rally to protest budget cuts. >> reporter: good morning, richmond teachers are around here for the second of 12 hour protest. there are about half a
dozen protesters out here, be they will be out here from 6:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.. it is all about budgets and budget cuts. they say they would like to see tax extensions go through, they want to see more money going into the schools, there is about 80 teachers that will be laid off if those cuts go through. this is the weeklong event planned by the california teachers association, we will see the protest out here but later today in san leandro another protest with teachers and administrators out there, tomorrow he word will have its protests appear >> darya: san francisco mayor and leave releasing the first part of his proposed budget. the plan focuses on six enterprise department including airport commission those city places
will see it increase of 5 percent, it includes spending for the eastern waterfront to prepare for the america cup race. and they are working on city employee pension plans. nasa says the the launch is off for least another week. friday's launch attempt has been scrubbed by a bad use box above the shofs the commander for endeavor, his wife will return for the next try at the launch. 7:21 a.m. sony says it has taken down its online pc gaming service after discovering that hackers may have taken personal information from an additional 24.6 million user accounts after a review of the recent playstation network
20 people were injured, they are somewhat common but they tend be small in size. syria were the board does arrest 1000 people many more reported missing in a security sweep by the government. human rights and serious thing they were due came during door to door raids, the president is determined to crush the will vault trying to overturn his 40 year rule. over the past week he sent soldiers and tanks to quash the protesters. >> darya: coming up the latest on the death of osama bin laden. we will also talk about what's going on today whether not a photo will be released. the golden gate bridge traffic is getting heavy. we will be right.
>> mark: beautiful looking view of out over the bay from mt. tam. some fog let's get a check on whether. >> james: walnut creek we have more sunshine hitting the ground, fog and low clouds hitting the coast, once you get to the east to look good. warmer temperatures this afternoon it will be fantastic afternoon. a lot of locations getting into the low 80s, and more will be hotter. 90 degree weather coming tomorrow we will break that for you straight ahead. bob >> george: the bay bridge is not a hot spot is a slow spot. nothing blocking your route way right now because of an earlier
stall traffic backed up through the toll plaza for the west bound ride. the upper deck is clear and the 880 approaches slow but your best bet to get to the bay bridge. >> darya: 7:30 a.m. we are learning more about the operation that killed osama bin laden. what else they found inside of the compound in pakistan that they went into on sunday night. as ofnews comes than relatives of the victims are calling it bittersweet. >> reporter: you can see flowers, pictures, candles left here at ground zero. more details are coming out. u.s. intelligence officials are poring over the information gathered by the raid, many people here and around the
country are savoring the moment of redemption. ground zero in pennsylvania and the pentagon once were so many went to great many are rejoicing and reflecting. >> it is good to see an evil person receive justice. it is better to realize so many good people met a brutal and endless death. >> reporter: this is video of the compound. new pictures show president barack obama and top officials waiting to hear " geronimo " the word that says bin laden was dead or captured. >> it was concerned about the
security of our personnel. >> reporter: they took out bin laden and took computer from the raid. they are analyzing the information now. monday night president barack obama received a standing ovation. we are reminded again there is a pride in what this nation stands for. >> reporter: the rebuilding of this site is under way, president barack obama will see the progress first hand when he meets here on thursday with 9-11 victims' families. >> louisa: today we had a twitter question and a facebook question asking if we shoultheyd
release the pictures. one says i think that the phone was being released would not only help prove that osama it is really dead, it would give a sense of closure to those who is families have lost loved ones at 9119-11 >> james: a check on your weather, a live look from mt. tam, the rising sun, we have low clouds in san francisco, 49 degrees air, san jose 49, san rafael 48 right now, antioch 54 degrees. a quick look at where
temperatures are expected this afternoon. that is the big story. you can see for yourself it will be nice. 81 fairfield, of vallejo, ocean beach 75, a san francisco is 69, oakland 74, 75 fremont, as we whahalt over e hill not a bad day there. 80 in antioch, livermore, pittsburgh. the south bay where we have 78 expected for your temperature in san jose, 80 in campbell, at 80th los gatos beautiful day and even warmer tomorrow. 7 day coming up in a little bit. if you're headed to the ballpark
7:05 p.m. is your first pitch sunny and warm, temperatures at 7 0567 degrees, as we did pass and said it will drop down to 61 degrees in the 9:00 p.m. hour. >> george: at the bay bridge we have passed the tipping point. it was a single stall we have been trying to get normal conditions it has become a hot spot. first let's take a look at this camera review, you can see 880 ramp continued to back up. in this slow from before the toll plaza flats' in most all lanes. this is backed up to the macarthur maze, look at the traffic map spirit this is the right coming from 80 northbound it is backed up, the lorry shore freeway is heavy at berkeley curve, 7:35 p.m. we are backing up into the macarthur maze for
the 580 ride. that one stall affected thousands of drivers this morning. is that there at the bottom of the incline. you're there bridges look good, san mateo bridge will sluggish on the approach to 92 from 880 is problem free all the way from the nimitz towards 1 01. golden gate bridge it has been easy, not only off the wall so great but across the span. even through marin county slowing in the southbound direction. >> darya: 7:36 a.m., san francisco police are investigating a strange robbery on a minibus. last friday to cars penned in a bus at the corner of griffith street in the bayview district. 10-20 young women in their late teens pried open the bus's doors and paid
sprayed pepper spray. they got off the bus, blocked it began with their cars at the next intersection, used pepper spray again, tried to take the purses of three passengers. no injuries were reported. >> mark: parking could go up again rain and now it is $96 a year. it could go up to $100 a year. >> justine: this just in to the kron 4 newsroom, new video now that has just common. the army corps of engineers blew up a section of the mississippi river levee. this is the aftermath. 130,000 a. and 100 homes got soaked in order to prevent the rising mississippi from
flooding a small town. it is home to 3000 people. you can see there is several feet of murky water, they are trying to assess what happened. cows are stranded with nowhere to go. an example of doing something big to help about a certain amount of people. we will be right back. i am a sneeze whisperer.
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>> james: the south bay, the skies are beginning to break up, hitting the ground. 50 in san jose, 75 by lunchtime. upper '70's for most of the south bay spots, by 3:00 p.m. by this evening dropping into the fifties. tomorrow fantastic approaching 90 degrees on that coming up. >> darya: we have an update on the giants fan who was beaten
up at dodger stadium. there are still no brain seizures as sedation is coming out of his system. they hope this week they can examine him for a voluntary responsiveness. up until now his movements have been in voluntary. charlie sheen will donate the profits to got $20,000 in profits and donations from his tour. he played his show in san francisco this past weekend. he will donate it to stow he said he was that in about the attack. >> mark: watching the fog around the bay, sunshine and a beautiful looking bay and walnut creek so far. 680 southbound is jam packed past 24. we will be right back.
>> darya: the latest on osama bin laden stats. will we get a photo? and how what will go down. a full and call from a trusted aide lead the u.s. to the doorsteps of his secret hideout in pakistan that call was taken, and normally he had the cellphone golf but that's all it took. they are able to go to the compound appeare. they sd documents and hard drives, duties. 23 children and nine women were in the compound at the time where bin laden has been. he was in there six years.
women and children had been turned over to pakistan authorities. he was shot above his left eye, there are photos of him, they were transmitted as proof of the mission was a success. the government has not said whether they would release the photos they don't want to anchor supporters of al-qaida. a bay area resident is a mother and of the 9-11 bit them. she is very is encouraged by the data of bin laden. she stopped short of saying it's closure. >> this even nearly a decade after osama bin laden and his ugly henchmen read so much violence and bloodshed upon america, it is very fitting that osama bin laden met his end
this way. there is closure on this small matter. i share the views of many families when i say that. we all miss our loved ones, we are glad to see this day,. >> darya: she feels the war and terror is over. he she says there's a lot of other bin laden out there willing to take up the fight. her son was on 93 credited with forcing the plane down rather than going into the capital. >> mark: live look sincere francisco fog over over cathedral hill. mt. tam on the right a beautiful morning inland appeared let's go to james with more on what looks to be a warm- up. >> james: depends on where you are. we are looking for cool, breezy start, is some scotch
will build a cloud cover, sunny afternoon, today is warmer than yesterday, a piece would be nice and it will be cool and clear. tomorrow we will skyrocket with the temperatures in the '90s. currently 50 in oakland, 49 san jose, not a lot of change here but we will wait for that happened. the 79 expected in san rosa, 69 san francisco, 81 in vallejo, concord, 74 oakland, south bay 78 expected in san jose that's out temperatures are shaping up this afternoon. as for tomorrow the warmest day of the week 90 degrees or more in some of our warmer spots. primarily the east bay and south there will be helpful of north bay locations as well. thursday we hang out rate around the same forecast, friday,
saturday, sunday we cool things down not getting out of the '60s come sunday. let's check our commute. >> george: the bay bridge was all hot spot for while this morning but conditions are improving. especially so on the 880 approach which is really now only backed up in the right-hand lanes. left-hand lane doing much better for the ride. more movement here, as we look at the traffic maps that show this answers, improvement from 880, 580 is still back up toward 24. interstate 80 slows the rate at golden gate fields and remain sluggish along the lorry shore freeway headed towards the bay bridge. san mateo bridge not that bad. you can see it is smooth flow in the commute direction westbound, no problems
in either direction, 92 looks good by 880 is slow southbound approaching 92 turnoff. golden gate bridge ride has been problems free, heavier traffic but no delays. walnut creek the commute gets into full swing and starts to slow down knell on the ride into alamo. the carpool lane on the left and the forced exit on the right. >> mark: bay area sports, all look from last night in washington national. giants struggling losing three out of four, three hits in washington last night, the game was two hours into minutes to. the fastest ninth inning game this season madison gave up four hits. on to the a's cocoa
chris has the afro. monster shot in the fifth inning, the game winner as the a's win over the rangers. they were able to take three out of the four game series. >> darya: we will be back with more a couple of minutes on the kron 4 morning news. a programming note to tell you about, this saturday we will airing "chase" right here on kron4. and then the kron4 news will be on after that, because the giant's game will be airing on nbc. we will be right back, a look from heavenly and aho plenty of snow.
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to the death of osama bin laden for him and his close to home considering where he was on 9- 11. his partner on the show is actress kirstie alley, it was refreshing when she heard the news of bin laden steps. >> i was at to the center when the plane head. it was important summit you responsible for such a travesty was brought to justice. >> darya: some of the stars reacting to the death of bin laden. then there were tornadoes ever through alabama. charlie sheen taking time from his torpedo of truth to or to visit some victims and see some of the damage. taking pictures of the evacuees. he visited the mayor of tuscaloosa up. he said it was beyond words. he was hoping his
celebrity status might help others to support the relief efforts there. >> mark: rex springfield has been arrested for drunk driving. just a girl singer was pulled over by the sheriff's department for traffic violations. he failed the sobriety test. he was arrested and released on bail. we will be right back. >> darya: i liked that song win for those clubs to burn off.
are with an l.a. look at whether. but the cut side, low cloud cover. starting to see some pockets of blue. breezy, cool. it will go fairly quickly set up the warm under the union. up and down forecasts. click check and traffic. >> george: bay bridge is a hot spot, the westbound ride leading from the macarthur maze is backed up by the highly-580 nearly to highway 4. is slow but it is your best bet to get to the bay bridge. >> darya: thank you, less than 48 hours since the death of the most wanted terrorist in the world u.s. officials are deciding whether or not to release
the graphic photos. of the modern dead. --of osama bin laden's said. officials want to eliminate any disbelief that he is alive. they don't want to have claimed sentiment by showing graphic images. u.s. officials are hoping that material that they took after they killed osama bin laden will provide them with more insight into al-qaeda, also al-qaida is presumed next in command. >> mark: we're learning that it was one of osama bin laden's most trusted carriers when answering his soulful master unknowingly it led intelligent to the compound. here's media taken from www.youtube.com, the
monitor lead them to this compound. where u.s. special forces year later attacked and killed osama bin laden's. from halfway around the world president barack obama and his security team monitored the strike on the town bound in a real time watching and listening to a fire fight. and i news photos released from inside on sunday as they monitor that a ban. coming up, president obama will visit new york city and meet with family members at ground zero. heavifor secretary of state for at least teaches at stanford says justice has been done. the killing of the modern. she said she was so shocked to find out when it happened. >> it was an extraordinary moment, very gratifying. it is a moment when we need to celebrate what our intelligence and military have achieved. it's a a long
time ago, they clearly it to something very special. to president barack obama and his team for finally bringing this chapter to close. yes, i was surprised out where he was found. tribal areas. that he was hiding in plain sight. not to so far. >> mark: justice has been done. >> darya: more than 1600 pacific gas and electric company customers will get a refund a little extra money for the inconvenience. this after a defect was found with a particular type of smarmy tour. they ran into problems when the internal temperature goes above 100 degrees. kron4 is will tran tells us how much they're getting back. >> will: the rare defect appears light causes the smarand occasionally causes the smart readers to run a little faster. they're
giving $40 refund, there also giving a $25 credit. the credits says it knows to the affected customers are, should be contacting them. however if you have any questions, the company is encouraging you to give them a call. 1-866-743-0263. despite the prom, pacific gas and electric company claims smart meters are extremely accurate. there are many people who do not believe them. in fremont, will tran, kron4 news. >> mark: developing story of the south bay, if they cannot agree on how to balance the budget as the try to close the budget shortfall this city manager is releasing an opposed cuts listed in order to close the deficit. potential of eliminating 195 police officer jobs. 64 firefighters could be laid off as well. the library
could lose 72 positions. there will be two public hearings for a new budget >> darya: . i must be growing up, what are we looking out of the weather department. >> james: the date is getting better and better every few minutes. very dealing with some low weather along the coast. it is shaping them better and better. 51 oakland, warming up slightly. 15 san jose, also warming it up a degree or two. that is where we stand this afternoon, that's very stand. 79 in santa rosa. that is true will
stay. oakland 74 for you, 77 degrees in fremont. warmer as we getting to the hilt. haiti and pleasanton. and in ana look at your 7 day around the bay sept 8 close '70s. rate around 80 degrees for cupertino. let's break down or expecting 4 this mormon. 3-d warming cycle. morning clouds, a temperatures nice and mild. temperatures up near 90 degrees. really pleasant, warm temperatures a few degrees cooler but still very nice. fry the ambience that some expect the cool them to take place dipping our temperatures quite a bit. we'll break that down with more details
coming up. >> george: after injuring a great read during county 101 is now hot spot it was a stall at lincoln southbound witches are keeping cleared from the lanes. it's managed to back up the traffic into novato. it means speeds have dropped near 25. almost from highway 37. no longer a hot spot, your ride to the bay bridge tunnel westbound traffic is backed up, big improvements on the 800 approach and even here to the toll plaza flats. an early morning stalled backed up a letter read to the bay bridge. full san mateo, some free, it continues to be an easy ride midday but directions. golden gate,
after the slowing will be an easy trip across the golden gate. southbound no delays. let's good the newsroom for the very latest. >> justine: gm has now reported that its sales of cars and trucks jumped almost 30% in april. the largest u.s. car companies says it sold 235000 vehicles last month, the best month yet for the chevy cruz since it was introduced last fall. first major car company to report u.s. sales on tuesday. analysts expect over sales to do a lot better. mark? >> mark: thank you, , kron4 morning news continues until 11:00 a.m.. a live look outside over san francisco. the fog is
>> darya: lisa investigating a strange and bowled robbery attempt on a muni bus -- san francisco police. two cars hand in a bus, in the bayview, a group of 10-20 young women, teenagers got out, pried open the doors and took pepper spray and sprayed in the air, then they got off the bus, blocking again with the cars again don pepper spray the bus. and try to get the purses of three of the bus
drivers. they only got to cell phones, no one was hurt. >> mark: elie is releasing the first part of the budget, it is focused on the airport commission. those departments are getting an increase in spending of about 5%. it includes spending for the eastern side of the waterfront to care for the 2013 year's cup race. there are working for proposals to reform the pension plan. >> darya: the next-to-last space shuttle launch is off for another week. friday's launch has been scrubbed. they will not try it until next tuesday. wounded woman gaby gifford were into the space center. they're being
recovered from being shot. she is the wife of the mark kelly is an astronaut in commander for endeavor. >> mark: will be right back with gary on the world according to gary. programming reminder,a programming note to tell you about, this saturday we will airing "chase" right here on kron4. and then the kron4 news will be on after that, because the giant's game will be airing on nbc. here
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sharp young guy. that's one of the great things. >> gary: you see a guy when he's 20 years old he is to have fun all the time when the watch him become a real star in the pros. it's one of those things for you know someone city really root for him. but i guess the only in though i don't like is when i very eighth thing still working out in a year we are going. >> darya: the lakers and the bluballs both lost. >> gary: the bullet televises games, somehow you don't have the lakers, dallas vs. oklahoma city they lose half the audience. >> darya: you're just talking about a young basketball players, high use of the mayor grow how about this young will start to
this day is now the mvp? >> gary: yes he added there is a terrific year. i believe he's the and this guy to win. the many years ago, 22 years of age. hey, they of what they call a must win game. they get knocked off by its atlanta last may. >> darya: the recently got coach of the year to? >> gary: yes. he was an assistant coach 21 years. the thing about this, if you're just someone's assistant for about yong, normally get pigeonholed. get the next player, who can relate to the guys. this debt, obviously has good players to. it is nice to see, not a guy with a lot of flash,-, buys his suits off the rack to have a good year. >> darya: anyone in
basketball, no one buys their suits off the rack. >> gary: this one does. he's from the dahlin collection. >> darya: what about the celtics, did you see this? apparently he was surprised, then he was ashamed. was it a head butt? >> gary: supposedly there was a head butt earlier. i think the lady you saw, he said something that was extensive haunting. that left taunting. the first one he wouldn't have gotten thrown out. but he is the f word, the two schools of thought you're hearing all of these pros who done this for a living say, in the fourth quarter and no matter what a guy does you never throw him out. but then there's other guy sang the
rules are the rules. they're damming 12 points at the time i shall 13 points. down 13. it didn't really turn the game. >> darya: here as for looking at football, this battle over i like to call it who's no. 2. add enough vocal works but when you bring into guys like this, they both want to be no. 2 plus they both want to be your no. 1 quarterback. >> gary: cameras to get the first shot because they're gonna pay a 50 million. he had a chance last year. this can come up with under dozen dollars, it sounds silly but that's have a different rows. some form of payment, a gift. if he lays out a hundred dozen dollars, number provo look bad. >> darya: is it really that
important? what's with the jersey, is it that important? >> gary: some of these beds are super sisters. it's still part of the equation, you want to show you are the boss. >> darya: oh i see. >> gary: 0 hundred does it make you change your mind, it's and i had my eyes on being the starter i would tell him to stick it i'm keeping my starter. >> darya: you give me $5 i will wear a big is your across my chest. >> gary: i will give you $3. if you want to show you are still the leader and all of that, that such a horrible season, that he might as well from outside take a hundred thousand, taking 80,000, let him do what he wants. >> darya: tomorrow we will talk about the sharks. i
keep the schedule for you, they play tomorrow. >> gary: 5:00 hour time. you never mentioned the sharks to get to the playoffs. >> darya: y grease to mark it takes forever. i will see you later. i watch women's basketball all hear the hon know. we will your back. d the internet on a plane! are you from the future?
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>> george: welcome back to the kron 4 news. right now we are tracking marin as a hot spot, the red on the censors before highway 37 down to the civic center meet speeds are way below 25 mi. an hour. sadly no alternate routes for 101 duron. >> james: here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. today's wonderful, is even better temperatures getting up into the '90s. we'll hold on to that until it cool down headed our way. more details coming up.
>> mark: thank you, here was the scene bore me this is the scene the river levee being blown up in missouri now the national weather service is saying the level dropped dramatically in the small town in the area as all hole is blown in the drought it dropped the levels its exploding part of the level. you see the explosions lighting up the sky. here's the aftermath. its shares after the levee broke have a flood waters rose. 130,000 a.. 100 homes in missouri flooded to prevent them from flooding. it's column about 3000 people. the town has the mississippi on one side the ohio river on the other.
>> darya: this is an alabama, people are still searching for relatives, friends, neighbors. since the tornadoes ripped through here tearing that town apart, hundreds are missing the death toll is already at 45. that is obviously going to rise. this is video coming out, they're worried about looters because a lot of areas don't have power. the police are working 12 hour shifts to keep the peace. there's a curfew as well. they also have the national guard at their staffing checkpoints. the storms that hit six states have killed more than 300 people. >> mark: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. as we watch weather around the bay, mount tam is a but above the fog.
tracking some hot spot, still pretty heavy in a number of hot spots where the says bound red is still backed up from 37 down to the civic center. this single stall managed to do that. south bay, pretty heavy. both 101 north babette especially interstate-280. i guess especially 280 in the northbound direction as you can see spotty traffic there. look here at 880 they are very heavy. that guadalupe parkway is backed out of the volley. heading north all the way up to highly-101. heading up from coyote creek pretty slow. they're mad at high for, still quite heavy out here from pittsburgh to the willow pass. that's very unusual especially continuing notes toward
interstate sat/680.680. is this westbound highway 4 ride out pass bailey rode that is exceptionally slow. a quick bridge check, bay bridge, westbound no longer hotspot still backed up from the maze. although the approach is not backed about all. san mateo, is a light one, a good conditions. no delays despite the slow traffic. your trip across the span will be an easy one. >> james: here's a shot at the san jose a lot of sunshine, beginning to things see things warm-up pretty good. a breakdown of what we will expect, breezy, cool we have that clout cover it is pulling back. temperatures are nice, warm. tomorrow, what we will show
you those temperatures and a little bit. let's take a look to where we are, warming and a pretty good at 49 degrees. napa 52, fairfield at 54. san jose, 53. we're starting to see a few degrees added to our current temperatures. which is nice. north bay, 80 degrees in santa rosa. 78 sonoma. san francisco, 69, 72 san mateo. 78 palo alto. oakland 74. 73 for richmond. down south, fremont 75. walnut creek 80. pleasanton coming in at 79. we will stop here in san has eight. 78 for you, 80 in cupertino.
that is the wave shaping their fear highs this afternoon. if you're headed a out to the a's game, between the indians 7:05 p.m. first pitch sunny, warm, mid-60s. >> darya: we're learning more about the operation that killed osama bin laden. and what does the military team found inside the compound. when they went in on sunday night. as news of the death sets in, many of the victims' families from 911 are calling the death bittersweet. sandra and out is at ground zero with the latest. >> reporter: you can see flowers, pictures, candles left here. all in memory of the lives lost. more details are coming out about the secret rate and mission to kill the lot in. they're pouring over the information, many people
here and across the country are savoring the moment of redemption. >> god bless america my home sweet home! (music) >> reporter: round 0, and the pentagon, once were some money went to grieve now where manning flocked to rejoice, reflect. >> it's good to see an evil person receives justice. but it is very bitter to realize that some the good people met a brutal and needless deaths. >> reporter: this is video of the compound where osama bin laden was killed. newly released images show president obama @ top officials waiting to hear a single word, geronimo. so that the world's most injurious and wanted terrorist is captured or dead. >> them as props like these,
the president was very concerned about the security of our personnel. >> reporter: the ticket in london and computer equipment in the rate. u.s. intelligence personnel are analyzing the material to learn more about osama bin laden's network. monday night president barack obama received a standing ovation at a dinner attended by a rational leadership. >> we're reminded again that, it is a pride in what this nation stands for. >> reporter: the rebuilding of the site is still under way, president barack obama will see that progress firsthand when he visits with a victim family members on thursday. >> louisa: continuing our online discussion took the morning there's a steady stream of comments coming in will try and read as many as weekend. this morning's question was do you think the government should release the foes of osama bin laden's body? some
people wrote yes. we deserve to see the pictures, we saw the pictures of 911 why should osama bin laden be any different. another reason twitter says yes, release the pictures. their world views images of 911, shore enemies that bring harm to us with the u.s. can do. if if you want to join in the discussion goes to twitter or facebook. >> mark: developing story, san jose a the st. hundreds of layoffs, 150 million dollar budget shortfall. city manager greasing a list of proposed cuts. talking about the elimination potentially of 195 police officer positions. 64 firefighters, the library could lose 72 positions. when the two parks and recreation jobs. there will be two public hearings before an new budget is adopted on june
21st. joining us now is captain scott from san jose fire department. good morning. these are tough numbers 64 fire department jobs they're coming from the city manager you feel as though this is an ultimatum? or is this snapshot? >> i think the city is gone through some hard times of the budget. the fire department is working with the city to do everything we can to make sure the city is safe. provide a good service, still, there's going to be some stations that are going to have less people in them. that is a result of the budget >> mark: . how many firefighters are there in san jose? >> 650. >> mark: so your talking about 10 percent of the force? >> yes. we don't feel as though it will affect
response times rain now. we will be selecting one engine or traction co. and to be stationed. and then that one piece of the apparatus will be shut down. in order to save some money. were it had engine, trent companies every station to write coverage. >> mark: it sounds like your preparing for these cuts, are you preparing to newsom? >> we're working to diminish the number through attrition. several firefighters were close to retirement they've really put themselves out there and current some numbers and have retired to save some of the jobs. >> mark: you are begun to some cuts? >> to that is correct. the firefighters took a 10% pay cut to bridge some of that gap so we would have to lay off a lot more firefighters.
>> mark: 2 of this will be the end? 40 guilders more time.oil lobby looser the whole this is the end of it. with a getting really been. wheat closed five companies last year. we'll hoping not to close any more. >> mark: you still feel that response times will be adequate? >> we will be adequate, which is one of a lot of depth. thank you for your time this morning we appreciate the information. >> darya: we have lots more had here on the kron 4 morning news don't go away and live look debt side, we know we're looking at warm temperatures and a big problem the temperatures tomorrow is still ski season in tahoe. [ male announcer ] hey michelle, whatcha doin'?
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the kron 4 news. walnut creek, the senate that, things are warming and currently 53 degrees. we know warning yet, it will get up to about 78 m lunch time. lilly eased this afternoon. tomorrow, this will be replaced with '90s. will assure your forecasts and a bit. >> mark: parking permits could be going up, the current rate is $96 a year. it's one of several proposed cost increases being considered today. >> darya: especial lection is on for today in four bay area counties as well santa cruz. the big issue, education the school partial tax in santa clara, voters are being asked to approve measure 8. of the joint union high school district needs a $49 annual partial tax that would go for six
years. it would provide materials like books, science lab many. -- it would be $60 a year for four years to come maintain academic programs funding art and computer classes. don't forget kron4 has exclusive coverage of the 100 zazzle, bay to breakers on kron4 that will be sunday, may 15th, beginning at 8:00 a.m. we have cameras all along the course and we will replay the event sunday night at 8:00 p.m. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.
>> mark: welcome back to the kron 4 news. osama bin laden's death, we and landing that it was a phone call like one of osama bin laden's most trusted aides that led the united states to the doorstep of the most trusted aides. it led the u.s. special sources team to the location of the compound they see is a trove of al-
qaida documents caa is pouring overcompensated hard drives and other documents. 23 children, nine women in this compound that served as his secret, for six years. they were turned over to authorities. officials say osama bin laden was shot above his left eye, photos to washington as proof that the mission was successful. they're considering whether not to release those photos. >> mark: bay area resident and mother of and and let the victim cheered the news of osama bin laden's death but she stopped short of saying osama bin laden's telling me is that she and the other victims will have closure. >> to this event nearly ed decade after osama bin laden and his ugly henchmen reached to sell much or violence and bloodshed across america is very
fitting that osama bin laden would meet his end in this way there is closure for me. i think i share the views of many families we all miss our loved ones but we're very glad to see this day come. >> she said she feels the war is far from over. she worries that other osama bin laden's are out there ready and willing to take up the fight hircine was among the heroes on flight 93 credit with forcing that jet down into a field rather than straight the nation's capital. >> mark: we'll start with traffic, hotspot let's go to church. it is not only the ride at a san leandro up into oakland which is pretty bad but the rest of the nimitz it looks pretty sorry. let's start with this ride from 238 it is still slow coming up of castro on 23 a northbound there was an
accident up from 23rd that that the back up started it just hasn't eased at all. look at the restaurant. she figures pretty heavy. northbound still backed up to union city it is this ride having said at a hayward union city, and your can to fremont and then continuing down to the quarter heavier and slower traffic that we are used to seeing. that is why it's are hot pyrene now. looking next of your ride to the bay bridge, hot our earlier this morning now it is just as los bought the 800 per charlie any waiting. here we are not even backed up to west grand san mateo bridge, we share to the slower approach once you are on it isn't easy ride across the bay. golden gate, after marin is slow. much easier trip than the rest of the commute. 7 lb. dried no delays. well marin is no
locker of hotspot traffic is still quite heavy leading sets found that two frigates parkway. >> james: thank you, is a fantastic day as a matter of fact here is a look at your 7 day around the bay., and then it kickstart the computer or more time, it will be warm come tomorrow. that's the were all waiting for. temperatures up near 90 degrees a lot to look forward to as we head towards the middle of the week here's where we are looking at conditions that are getting better, better with each passing minute. cool and breezy that is what the morning will be like this afternoon warmer than yesterday temperatures into the low 80s cool, clear and mild by this afternoon. tomorrow really nice for you. we are warming up except for seven says go were stuck at 49 degrees. everyone else is adding a
couple degrees. over the last half-hour 52 when napa 53 in san jose. 52 degrees in livermore. are has this afternoon will be nice. 79 expected in santa rosa 69 in san francisco. 80 in livermore looking for 75 in mt. view. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. one more time is just that beautiful. wednesday will be the hot day of the week. thursday much of the same, friday, saturday, sunday we really not those temperatures down into the '60s. >> darya: thank you, will be back with more than just a couple of minutes. a programming note to tell you about, this saturday we will airing "chase" right here on kron4. and then the kron4 news will be on after that, because the giant's game
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>> mark: welcome back to the kron 4 news. less than two weeks away is the race, this year though be some new additions. maureen kelly has details. >> its more mardi gras than marathon, a colorful costume carnival but it's not all whacky l. fitz, in recent years some participants alcohol fuel the bad behavior, of living, public urination. it has entered residents living in the neighborhood so in addition to a ban on alcohol the police will set up checkpoints at several undisclosed areas. they will do a lot of worries see here confiscating alcohol. they will have sober intends to
bring those were falling down drunk. part of the idea is to keep those intoxicated from being a drain on city services. last year ambulances' may 26th trips. inside, people who overindulge will be given to liked use, water, coffee, snacks to help them survive. there will be monitored by trained medical staff and a police officer in case anyone get the other hand. those who do will be removed and taken to jail. >> mark: don't forget kron4 has exclusive coverage of the on kron4 that will be sunday, may 15th, beginning at 8:00 a.m. we have cameras all along the course and we will replay the event sunday night at 8:00 p.m. per >> darya: will be back with more voluminous so don't go away. let's take a peek from the mount tam camp, there is no wind just and clouds. we will be right back.
>> darya: then deciding whether or not to release graphic photos of osama bin laden's death and burial. plus a new pictures like you see here from inside the compound. >> mark: san jose facing hundreds of layoffs if the city and its unions can agree on how the balance the budget. >> darya: pacific gas and electric company admits for the first time there is a problem with some of those smart meters. and you'll get some money for. first a quick update am very area weather and traffic what is clearing, here's a quick word on the forecast. >> louisa: mostly cliff, a bit of a breeze temperatures still holding on to the '40's, by noontime mid-60's high-temperature flirting with '70s that down into the fifties. in a few minutes
i'll let to know where we're getting into the 80s. still tracking some delays george? >> george: interstate 80, traffic is much slower than you would expect especially heavy at pleasanton heading down towards highway 84. darya? >> darya: u.s. officials are deciding whether not to release the graphic photos of osama bin laden with a bullet in his head. there's also video coming from the leaders swift burial at sea. they have to decide whether to release that. they want to eliminate any disbelieve that he's still alive but at the same time they don't want to in flame sentiment by showing the images. they are showing some of what they found inside his compound in pakistan hard
drives, dvd is, other documents that they are poring over hoping this material that was taken after they killed them will provide more insight into out al-qaida. in the meantime, we are learning that it was at one of osama bin laden's own most trusted couriers who blew it, he answered his telephone that he never uses in that area. he answered the last year, that is what led the u.s. to their hideout. here's video from outside the compound, officials say they monitor that call and it led them to the compound in pakistan where they were later able to attack and kill him. >> mark: new details about the raid led to the up about the death of osama bin laden's. what has is releasing those of the present watching the raid. the white house senior adviser on counter-terrorism
says you can tell it was a very tense situation. >> in was in the middle of the raid, we are intensely focused on the safety and security of the salters that landed in the compound this status of these engagement with the defensive of that residence was a very tense moment. we were saying their prayers said everything would go according to plan. as i think you can tell from the photograph there was a period of an intensity on like none other we dealt with. they not only to duck in one's body they to get a computer equipment the u.s. intelligence personnel is analyzing the materials to learn more about the network. on thursday president obama will visit new york city to meet with 9/11 victims of family members. >> justine: 2 stories just in, let's start with
pakistan is saying is deeply concerned over what it calls an unauthorized american raid that killed osama bin laden's. the government statement said the red should not serve as a precedent for future u.s. actions in the country. the west did not inform them about the helicopter attacks. a foundation that provides financial help for families of navy seals is getting a post in donations director of the organization says the donations are up 60% since monday. >> darya: developing story of the south bay, san jose is seizing hundreds of layoffs if the city and its unions cannot agree on how to balance the budget. the city manager has released a list of the cuts. in order to close the deficit in 195 police officers would need to be eliminated. 64 firefighters, the library
loses 72 positions. one need to parked and direct the drops. two public hearings before the new budget is adopted june 21st. more than 1600 customers are getting a refund. >> darya: more than 1600 pacific gas and electric company customers will get a refund a little extra money for the inconvenience. this after a defect was found with a particular type of smarmy tour. they ran into problems when the internal temperature goes above 100 degrees. kron4 is will tran tells us how much they're getting back. >> will: the rare defect and occasionally causes the smart readers to run a little faster. they're giving $40 refund, there also giving a $25 credit. the credits says it knows to the affected customers are, should be contacting them. however if you have any questions, the company is encouraging you to give them a call. 1-866-743- 0263. despite the problem, pacific gas and electric
company claims smart meters are extremely accurate. there are many people who do not believe them. in fremont, will tran, kron4 news. >> mark: a complete check now on the forecast, louisa has the latest. >> louisa: people are excited about the beach weather today little bit of a warmup, but today we will talk about this temperatures mostly clear over san francisco nothing in the way of fog. as we head into the afternoon we can get a little breezy, warmer. toman hot temperatures are in store. we are slow to warm this morning in the '40's and san francisco, 51 degrees and oakland, 51 redwood city and the afternoon are highs will warm up today into the upper '70's for places like santa
rosa, runner park. 81 degrees, 74 for mill valley downtown san francisco topping get into the upper 60s as you head down the peninsula, 76 expected. 7 is for the east bay, 72 for alameda 75 in san leandro. 74 for castro. upper seventies to the valley places like concord squeezing out 81 degrees we will see some eighties in the suspects as well. cupertino, campbell. about 79 degrees in santa clara. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. watched the temperatures by tomorrow we could jump to about 90 degrees and some of the inland spots, 80 in san francisco tomorrow. along the coast getting close to the 80 degree mark wednesday, thursday still pretty warm a little bit of a cool them on friday, continued the cooling trend as we head to the weekend.
>> george: we're still tracking some slowdown hot spots, no major incidents as the places where traffic is lower than it should be. let's start with in a state- 680, getting down to this and all grade is a really slow ride. -- southbound- 680. not far away, the nimitz is still quite heavy and the sets and direction. into hayward. from a word into union city and in europe. the rest of the corridor look at this long slow chain of slow traffic speeds are not really bad there, yellow means they're just below 50 mi. per hour but it is below the speed limit. 7 and traffic still heavy here on interstate 280 northbound 85 is backed
etta's their target into cupertino. even 17-800, guadeloupe still heavier than usual. westbound bay bridge continues to look better, better, the back up only reaching to the 800 over cross. it is fine. san mateo bridge is not bad the commute is over. for both east and west bound golden gate problem free though it is still slow for parts of the northern marin can you. still behind schedule. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. we are with you and tell leaven we will be right back..
machinery, computers and others. is also down 1.3 points. at one time the economy is getting on the right track gm is reporting sales of cars and trucks jumping 20%. it was the best month for the chevy cruz. there the first major car company to report the sales. >> darya: the next-to-last space shuttle launch will not happen for least a week. now, the next launch is going to be on tuesday, may 10th, when did arizona congresswoman gaby gifford does plan to be there she went there this last week to watch her husband mark kelly his the commander. she returned your houston
>> mark: says the scene overnight in missouri, as the u.s. army corps of engineers blow a lead it to ease flooding. though water level is dropping. as small town in illinois, the army corps of engineers is blowing the whole to try and prevent the town from being submerged. here is the video coming in, showing the flooding, the aftermath. an ounce to huge areas to flood 13 5 a., 100 homes, people losing their farms as they decided to save the town but flooded out these farmers. it's a small town of about 3000 people but
it's is rated between the ohio and mississippi rivers. the town was in danger. >> darya: we're focusing on the search and rescue efforts still here in alabama. we have the latest video to sure you as hundreds are still missing. 45 confirmed dead. the death toll will rise as they clean up this mess looking for more survivors and victims. they're worried about leaders, police are working 12 hour shifts to make sure things are safe. there's a curfew at night as well. the national guard is out checking checkpoints. the storms in six states killed more than 300 people. >> mark: a live look here around san francisco pretty looking views. here's a look from the tower on the right, looks like the fog is breaking up. >> louisa: you can see the
occasional cloud but really a lot of sunshine, blue sky t-shirt your day off. temperatures are actually expected to climb. this morning we're still in the '40's up into santa rosa. noon time 77, high temperatures just flirting with that 80 degree mark back down to 50 by 8:00. elsewhere finally starting to warm up, mostly into the fifties. 50 degrees in fairfield, concord, 54 livermore. 56 monday, sen as saying. then the afternoon to the north bay upper 70's. -- san jose. 74 degrees for mill valley, along the coast pretty pleasant. mainly into the '70s. 70 degrees for sematech out, east bay, low- mid '70s -- san mateo. san
ramon upper 70's 80 degrees and through the afternoon for walnut creek. 81 in concord. about 70 degrees expected in cupertino. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. as you can see tarai huge spike in temperatures very warm out there, some of the elements of climbing to 90 degrees. 86 parked around the bay, even downtown san francisco. he's expected around the bay --. collapse slightly. cooling trend through the weekend. george? >> george: stills tracking some slowdown hot spot. the commute is lingering along for the seventh round ride at a dublin to pleasanton. we've seen some improvements of this back up is deadly starting to break up a little bit. heat 0 ride is
still not much better. look at the traffic at of san leandro --880. even so out of that is still heavy. -- even south of that. cell bank, still behind schedule, especially on 280 northbound. guadalupe parkway at the valley into downtown, 101 slow traffic is concentrated here. rich check, for sure ride to the bay bridge where we can now see the end of the back up though it's an easy commute here. san mateo bridge commute has been over for a while. golden gate, still a pretty easy trip across the bridge, we do have some
spotty slow traffic and ran on 101. >> darya: thank you, san francisco police investigating a strange robbery on a muni bus. last friday, two cars can than a bus. 10-20 young women, teenagers got out, pried open the doors pepper sprayed the inside than they got up the bus just a block it again with their cars. pepper sprayed again they try to grab the purses of three riders there were only able to make an effort to cell phones. no injuries. >> mark: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. beautiful walnut creek, traffic is moving smoothly on 680 north and southbound.
tomorrow, thursday near 90 degrees, '80s along the bay, '70s coss said. coesite. special >> darya: alexian today,-- special lection today they're deciding on school partial tax. san carlos unified, wants voters to renew measure-a. the home owners would pay $110. to help fund the schools, ravenswood school district measure be oscar voters to double the current partial tax. -ask home owners. the high school district needs measure-c to pass its bill by only a few votes area that would be $96 annually. other bay area counties, santa clara, custer county.
senior citizens 65 years and older would be exempt from paying. >> mark: san francisco, mayor ed lee released the first part of his proposed budget to close at $300 million budget deficit. focusing on six department including airport commission to generate their own revenue. they laughed we are seeing increase of 5% in spending. it also includes spending for the east waterfront, to prepare for the cup race. it will is form city employees' pension plans. a quick break as the kron 4 morning news continues. check at the toll plaza. still backed up as you approach the toll plaza. and a programming note,a programming note to tell you about, this saturday we will airing "chase" right here on kron4. and then the kron4 news will be on after that, because the giant's game will be airing on nbc.
>> darya: good morning, more news in just a minute, a big news, the warm-up. an essential and we have today. let's take a quick look. golden gate bridge looks good. >> louisa: 69 every afternoon high, 50s by the clock, warming antony's today. -- east today. >> george: your ride that the bay bridge toll plaza, westbound, traffic was badly backed up because of a hot spot. no more now it's a good ride as you head west. you can see the end of the backup for the westbound ride. >> mark: less than 48 hours since the death of the most wanted terrorists in the world u.s. officials are deciding whether to release the traffic for hours. there
is also video of the leaders swift reburial burial at sea. they don't want to inflame islamic sentiment by sharing the images. senator dianne feinstein is speaking out saying she finds it hard to understand how they did not know about the compound. she's a concern that the government is " walking both sides of the street. croats >> there's real concern that pakistan remains great seer for terrorism. the-ground zero. we believe the taliban, buildings were badly in afghanistan, the next that would be pakistan. it is expanding movement and a movement that would not be content just to remain with partial victory. >> mark: she is praising president obama for having a
" dungeon " and to make the decision to attack the compound. -- redemption. osama bin laden's that affects the united states role in afghanistan. the response to the killing of osama bin laden is likely to be white we don't pack and leave. he says the u.s. cannot do that before establishing peace. they have more than 100,000 troops and it will begin drawing down forces in july. president obama has yet to decide how many. >> darya: developing story, san jose is facing hundreds of layoffs since the city and its unions can't agree how to balance the budget. hundred $50 million budget shortfall. here is list proposed by the city manager of the things they need to do to make ends meet. 195 police officers would be eliminated, 64 firefighters, the library
losing 72 workers, 182 parks and raindrops. -- parks and recreation jobs. craig sklar is live in san jose and with more on the impact. greg? >> reporter: this city has ever seen a cutback, some of them here at engine 30 in the center of the city, others have shut down altogether. they're hoping to tell what the number the action after layoffs between choir-all. the not know for sure, there will have to do with the situation it's a matter of the damage control. they will eliminate as many people as being cut as possible. >> live to companies, a lot of those companies had to cut one piece company. one fire engine, when fire trucks at one station. if we continue to cut, we will not
have enough. we hope we never get to that point. >> reporter: that point may arrive soon, they're hoping to get 15-$20 million in grant money from the muck. not only would they not be able to keep everyone the keep but it may not be able to bring back those they lost in the last budget process. is just punching on. for now they manage stations to hold around, get response times to syria are. not take long for. it is a challenge every year. >> darya: the same story is being repeated in cities all around the bay. mark? >> mark: >> darya: more than 1600 pacific gas and electric company customers will get a refund a little extra money for the inconvenience. this after a defect was found with a particular type of smarmy
tour. they ran into problems when the internal temperature goes above 100 degrees. kron4 is will tran tells us how much they're getting back. that have been protests around the bay area's mar meter program for reasons ranging from fear of radiation all for being over churchill. >> darya: a look at the weather forecast starting to warm up that looks pretty nice. >> louisa: we mostly clear conditions. a little bit of coastal clouds this morning. warmer temperatures and afternoon. toman hot temperatures. the looks like there's still not be too bad either. keeping temperatures around the bay and some of the amount spots
in the '80s as well. temperatures sitting in the '50s for the most part. 56 monday, san jose, livermore. -- 56 mountain view. 7 is in the north bay, upper '70's. could reach 81 fairfield, vallejo, 74 in mill valley. pretty pleasant day in the peninsula. warming up to 76 degrees in redwood city. 782 palo alto. east bay low-mid- 70s. 73 for richmond. 75 san leandro. upper '70's may be 81 in places like concord, '80s in the south bay. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. shows that a big spike as we head into tomorrow. tamara is the warmest day of the week. there's a pretty nice to. --
tomorrow. george? >> george: still tracking delays of highly-1013 san jose, we could dublin call this a hot spot -- highly- 101. as you work your way up towards the expressway. otherwise the rest of the red lips much better assess at the coyote valley. 280 bettere end of the back up, had been a hot spot earlier. no longer. san mateo bridge, no longer hot spot. 101, still have less use spots of slowing there traffic. it looks good. no delays across the bridge. 937 alan we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.
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royal visit, prince charles of wills is supposed to meet with president obama during this hour to three day trip -- wills. he's visiting the supreme court as well. prince charles will be here to thursday. he will also give a speech at georgetown university. his trip is just a few days after prince william married catherine milton. the voice recorder you see here has been recovered from the wreckage of an air france flight that crashed in 2009, killing all 280 people on board. is the second flight data recorder to be brought to the service by robotics submarine. investigators are hoping the data from those recorders will reveal why why the plane crashed four hours into flight. >> mark: at least one person died as a tornado ripped across new zealand.
witnesses say that twister said debris and slicing through the area. 20 people were injured. tornadoes are somewhat common in new zealand but they tend to be smaller than those in the u.s.. syria, authorities arrested about 1000 people. man the more reported missing. the national organization for human rights is saying that those detained were taken during door-to-door rates. the president is determined to crush the six week were told to try to overturn his 40 year rule. he sent soldiers and tanks to crush the protestors. >> darya: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. i live look here at the james lick freeway in san francisco, traffic is nice, light. so is the city. lots of sunshine. i gotta get to cleveland! remove your belt, your watch, your shoes. i wonder what gas costs today. seven dollars for a pillow! an extra bag costs what? i hate traffic!
pakistan compounds. many of the victims' families say it is bittersweet. >> >> reporter: with the world's most wanted terrorist dead. the mission just a better understanding is network. identifying potential threats. the navy seals who raided the compound. they found computer files and information. the new materials are being analyzed. >> how he did that come bound for six years or so? how was he undetected? whatever supportive yet? >> reporter: will president obama waited anxiously for information. one man living near was treating about 30. >> (inaudible)
>> reporter: president barack obama remains at that the al-qaida leader is dead but the fight is not. he received a standing ovation from the congressional leadership monday night. >> we are reminded again is a private what this nation stands for. >> reporter: many families continue to mourn osama bin laden's many victims. >> it's good to see an evil person receive justice, but it is very bitter to realize that some good people start a blow and needless death.breaus deaths. >> louisa: which should jump ine '70s upper seventies for san jose, upper 50s by 8:00. we're finally starting
tomorrow in the '50s and most of its. antioch low 60s. 56 mountain view, 54 hayward. in the afternoon, most of our guys like santa rosa upper 70's. same for sonoma. 81 for fairfield, vallejo. along the peninsula 69 degrees in san francisco down into san mateo 72. 76 for redwood city. looks like we will see widespread '70s from castro valley into fremont. temperatures into the upper '70's. could climb to 81. plenty of '80s as well. cupertino, allows debtors, sunnyvale. 79 for santa clara and san as a. it is tomorrow that will bring as an abundance of sunshine
and as temperatures should skyrocket. certainly beach weather or whether further your thursday. these around the bay, oakland, san francisco and to these tomorrow. seven days along the coast, thursday holding on to a fairly warm temperatures. still pretty pleasant. temperatures in the '80s raider and the bay and the inland spots. cool down continues. clouds into the mix. we're not putting any raindrops in the forecast. drive through next weekend. the nimitz is a hot spot once again, this time it's another accident northbound a big rig it bumps the right lane. traffic is backed up for the northbound 80 ride. you been coming off of 238 is still slow. tracking delays
for 101 of the san jose heading up towards santa clara. 280 is much improved. bridge checked, bay ridge westbound a nice and of the commute. you can see the end of the back up it is really confined, a leading lights are still on the will not have much time to your ride. the commute is over here for a while. centel no wonder any delay. 101 looks good. the drive through marin, still pretty smith. problem and the delay free. >> were looking at this fix, they have planned on doing to protect the hillsides lin from getting any worse. jackie sissel is live in san paulo with a look at what they will do. >> reporter: this city of
san paulo offered before homeowners involved in this hillside, last month a proposal to spend one $5 million to temporarily fix the hillside. this is the hillside there was compromise. that proposal had a deadline. credit the agreement was all of the homeowners involved it would have to agree to the wording in that proposal. so far, that has happened yet. last night they were supposed to go to the city council meeting and talk about this proposal. the clock is ticking. if they don't come to an agreement, they will pull this offer off the table. >> darya: said that everyone would be on the hook for the complete cost to fix
themselves? >> exactly. they never said that this proposal that they were willing to spend it was a permanent fix. there was always meant to be a temporary fix. obviously, every city has budget issues and have a limited amount of money. they offer up one $5,000 to do they can do. so far the homeowners have not gone back to them that clock is ticking. the only have a matter of hours.
around 8:25 a.m. police evacuating the building, they blocked off an area. will they searched the building. this search is on going rain now, police are trying to determine if the threat is credible. -- right now. drivers and pedestrians are being asked to stay away from the area until the situation is resolved. >> darya: we have an update on the giants fan, bryan stowe, who was beaten at dodger stadium. the doctors are saying he's coming at a sedation, they're hoping it will be able to examine him for voluntary responsiveness. up until now all of his movements have been in voluntary. word is charlie sheen is donating the monies from this is saturday show, $20,000 that he is giving to still so we can help him as well. david
baker's races two weeks away this year there's a new additions to keep things from getting at hand. maureen kelly has the details. >> reporter: more mild regret and marathon, a colorful costume carnival, it is not all whacky elvis. in recent years some participants alcohol fuel bad behavior like vomiting, public urination. it has a resident living in the neighborhoods. in addition to a ban on alcohol this year the police will set up checkpoints at several undisclosed areas. the will to a lot of what ec here, confiscating alcohol. nearby the will of sober times to bring those were falling down drunk. part of the idea is to keep those intoxicated from being a drain on city services. last year and those made 26 trips between the race and hospitals. inside the tent
>> louisa: welcome back to kron 4 morning news, a lot of sunshine, currently in san francisco up into the 50. by noontime we should be closed to 65, warm numbers to come. the >> erica: hot spot northbound minutes freeway, it is an injury accident involving a big rig. this back up stretching into san
leandro more details coming up. >> justine: 48 hours since the death of the most wanted terrorists in the world they are deciding whether or not to release the graphic photos. there is video of the leaders to swift burial at sea. they want to eliminate the disbelief that he is still alive, they don't want to inflame islamic sentiment by showing these photos. they're going through his and documents and hard drives found in the compound. they hope to get some insight in the tour group. we are learning one of been a lot since trusted courier when answering a cell phone last year and knowingly lead intelligence to the
hideout. this is video outside of the compound. officials say the call led to the walled compound in the northeast part of pakistan where they attacked and killed bin laden. >> james: the raid that led to the death. the white house releasing photos of president barack obama watching a light stream of the raid as it happened. the white house senior adviser says you can tell it was a tense situation. >> the middle of the raid, we were intensely focused on the safety and security of the soldiers that landed on the compound. the status of engagement with the occupants of the residents. some very tense moments, we were same person everything was going according to plan. as i think you can
tell there was a period of intensity like none other we have had. >> james: military team took out bin laden and took computer equipment. that is being analyzed materials hopefully will lead to more reformation. on thursday president barack obama will visit the grounds zero emmy with families of 9-11. breaking news out of san francisco please respond to a bomb threat at a community center located near presidio heights. we can see the location here, jewish community center is on the 3200 block right there as it intersects with presidio. it received a bomb threat at 8:30 a.m., police officers evacuated the building and have blocked off an area near california street while they searched the
building. it is in progress right now, trying to determine if it has any merit. drivers and pedestrians are being asked to stay away until the situation is resolved. we have a live crew headed that way. >> justine: check on the bay area forecast, let's see how things are shaping up. >> louisa: of forecast to smile about, temperatures warming up today a huge spike tomorrow. lots of sunshine, clear conditions we will warm up slightly by the afternoon getting a bit of a breeze. as tomorrow comes that brings hot weather. starting to warm up inland into the '60s, right now it looks like we will head into tomorrow we could warm up to 90 degrees, it is around the bay, thursday will be pleasant in the '80s. to 65 in antioch, 63 in
fairfield, upper 50s as you head down the peninsula to redwood city, 57 in mountain view. highs in the north bay should be in the upper 70's, 74 san rafael, mill valley 76, 81 in vervallejo and fairfield. 78 mph, east bay temperatures staying in the low to mid 70's. 73 hayward, 71 in union city. --78 in palo alto-- . in through the south bay temperature a mixture of '70s and '80s. 7 day around the bay, tomorrow, thursday, so much sunshine and warm temperatures hot even as we head to the end of the week. in the weekend we bring it down into the '60s.
>> erica: one more hot spot in the traffic center in the northbound direction of the nimitz freeway. it is a big reagan involved with three other vehicles, it is blocking the right hand lane. a solid structure bread speeds 17 mi. an hour.solid red line. we are waig for a tow truck that is stuck in the back up. the bay bridge toll plaza and no back up and the meter lights are off. san mateo bridge same story westbound and eastbound traffic in the same condition, drive times 13 minutes across the span. your ride out of the north bay said now 1 01 to the golden gate bridge minor slowing approaching the toll plaza. i checked the traffic clogs the it looks like they maybe sleeping in the lane
sweeping the lanes. >> callerthe >> justine: the hill the other tried to fix to keep from sliding may not happen. jackie is what the latest. >> reporter: this proposal was made last month to halt the homeowners affected by a sliding hillside is about to expire and still there's no agreement. last month they offered a hundred and $50,000 to rent ato weatherize this. all te homeowners for them would have to sign off on the proposal signing a release of liability. so far that has not happened. they only have until the close of business today, or they would draw the offer. it looks like
the clock is ticking, the city is ponying up they say we will pay for you have to do it our way. >> justine: we will keep everyone posted. think you so much. >> james: 1600 to pg&e customers are getting a refund. >> darya: more than 1600 pacifi. >> will: pga says the rarity fed it causes our readers to run faster, charging people more. the company is recalling wismar meters and no charge of course giving people $40 refund because of the inconvenience, it is also giving people a $25 credit. the company knows who the affected customers are and should be
contacting them. if you have any questions they are encouraging you to give them a call. despite the problem pg&e claims smart meters are extremely to accurate. >> justine: following the story out of the south bay, san jose facing hundreds of layoffs if the city and unions cannot agree to balance the budget. $115 million shortfall. this city has released a list of proposed cuts. 195 police officers would be eliminated. 64 firefighters would be laid off, the library would lose 72 workers, 182 parks and recreation jobs would be slashed. two public hearings before the new budget is adopted
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but only if you act right now. call now! lifelock service guarantee cannot be offered to residents of new york. >> james: those or explosions in the distance. the national weather service says the mississippi has dropped dramatically since then they had to blowhole hole in the levee to prevent the town from being submerged. they exploded it after nightfall. that's what you see. amazing video. that's what they resorted to. the aftermath of one a levee breaks, the water
flooding the area, this we saw all little while ago. you can see it is soaked and flooded now. that is ill., home to about 3000 people in that town. that's when the ohio and mississippi rivers meet. group of boy scouts surrounded by high water in arkansas have been rescued. six counts and to leaders from louisiana were stopped on a hiking hill since sunday. swollen streams from heavy rains preventing emergency workers from reaching them. last june 20th people were killed when flash floods in that area. >> justine: this is video out of
alabama. police have to worry about looters, this is damage after the turn it was ripped through. police are working to solve our ships with no days off to keep order in the town. the mayor imposed a curfew from 8:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. in the areas that remain without power. troops have been sent in to staff checkpoints in the heavily damaged areas. to flooding rivers are forcing people in the northwest part of tennessee to head for higher ground. they spent much of yesterday to packing up and moving out of the way of the flood waters. people hurried to save their furniture and other valuables from their homes. other peoples security levies and no effort to keep water out. they issued a flood warning for two dozen counties in tennessee. >> james: 10:15 a.m. when we
>> james: update of breaking news situation in san francisco, a bomb threat at a community center. live pictures to show you of the building. it looks like traffic now has been allowed to resume, hard to tell what street were talking about whether the california or presidio. the jewish community center is the focus of the search. there received a bomb threat at about 8:30 a.m. officers evacuated the area near california and
presidio. the search at last we heard was still ongoing. for while we had a pedestrian and automotive traffic blocked. in looks like cars are tryinbackboe now traveling that route. now a check on your weather. >> louisa: walnut creek, a spot that will get into the 80s today. this morning temperatures and is 62 degrees, warming up nicely, 84 year afternoon highs today walnut creek back into mid-50s by 8:00 p.m. we are starting to get into the '60s and many spots at this hour. in napa 60, 63 in fairfield, 65 for antioch. monday as san jose upper 50s and we are at 54 degrees in san francisco. by the afternoon
highs and the '70s, places like fairfield, vallejo could borrow up to 81. napa 75 degrees in petaluma. we will talk about to 69 san francisco, 76 redwood city, low to mid '70's through the east bay in two places like fremont mid-70s to getting up to 75. walnut creek there's a degree it marked 84 pittsburgh, san ramon valley upper '70's, in the south bay 70 and '80s, 7 day shows the temperature you might like, 90 degrees inland, around the bay 80 degrees, holding on to the '80s through thursday cool it down by the weekend. >> erica: hot spot late in the commute with no progress being made with in the past 10 minutes. frugal the big rig is still blocking the lane, the
other vehicle sitting on the shoulder, there is no toy truck and they're back up is pass san leandro on to 238 if this is your commute tags on some extra minutes to drive toward the bay bridge. westbound 580 is an alternate route. nothing contend with here is the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza the meter lights are cycled off, was down 92 looks good out of hayward and foster city. golden gate bridge slowing in the last report but not the case anymore. time right now is 10:22 a.m. back with more news weather and traffic after the break.
head to higher ground. stanley tennessee has had to pick up and move out as you can see the brown market water covering acres of land in tennessee. continue to follow this as we get more reformation.informatioe recorder has been recovered from the wreckage of an air france flight that crashed into the atlantic ocean in 2009. 288 passengers and crew were killed when the plane crashed. this is the second data recorder to be brought to the service since sunday. they hope the data from both recorders will tell us why the plane crashed four hours into the flight. >> james: one person died when a tornado ripped across new zealand largest city. news
reports say the twister to overturn cars, sending debris slicing through the air. hospital officials say 20 people were injured when the debris was whipping around tornadoes are common in new zealand but they don't get bigger than the ones we see here in the united states. in syria thousands of people arrested in a security sweep aimed at crushing this would uprising. they were detained during door to door rains, they are trying to overturn the president's 40 your role. >> justine: much more ahead on the news, new details on our breaking news story including a bomb threat at a jewish community center, live report after this break.
>> justine: breaking news for you today a bomb threat. jewesjh community center there was a bomb threat at 8:30 a.m. we turn to solo reporter yoli live on the scene. >> reporter: good morning, they still pups the jewish community center closed off. you can noticed yellow tape all around the building, not allowing pedestrians to walk on that side of the street, that its california street. until a get the all clear. so far, so good.
they have a bomb slip sniffing dogs inside they are going through every room making sure it's clear. is starting with the shortfall in called their received. in light of world events they taken very seriously. they evacuated everyone enclosed the street down. they expect to get the all clear any moment now. the captain has come in to the community center, she is expecting to hear the all clear. for now they are keeping everyone away, they think this will be all right a false alarm. >> justine: good to hear. yoli reporting about debt possible bomb threat a jewish community center. >> james: less than 48 hours since the death of thosama bin
laden they are trying to decide whether not to disclose the pictures and video of osama bin laden. but they don't want to inflame this lot sentiment by showing these graphics images. we hear from the senior adviser on the death of bin laden. he wants to know how he stayed at the compound for six years undetected? >> it was kept within a small circle within the government itself, in addition we made a decision not to share with any other form government, including pakistan, we wanted to have operational security, pakistan has been a strong partner in the dust effort to destroy al-qaida. terrorists have been captured and killed more than any other countries since 1911. many
pakistan these have given their legs in this effort. although we may have differences of view on how this effort should be prosecuted, we are partners with pakistan. we appreciate your understanding we undertook this submission, they congratulated us. >> james: the team that went in there and took out bin laden, brought back computer equipment in that raid, intelligence are analyzing that to learn what they can about bin laden network. chairman of the foreign relations committee says the death will affect the role in afghanistan. he said a lot of this sentiment in the wake of been lot of the killing will be of this nature. what we just pack up and leave? the u.s. can do that before establishing peace. they will be drawn down some troops in july, president barack obama has yet to decide how many >> justine: the time for a look
at the bay area forecast. >> louisa: get your bathing suits out for tomorrow, today we will see a bit of a warm-up, a few fairweather clouds for the most part we are clear. mostly warmer as we head into the afternoon, tomorrow we will call it hot. current temperatures rain now finally into the '60s in many spots, the 60 in napa, 62 concord, 63 fairfield, 66 and antioch. redwood city 60 degrees and holding on to the upper 50s down the south bay. by the afternoon climbing into the upper seventies, and even the '80s. getting up to 81 in fairfield, vallejo, 74 in mill valley, along the peninsula 69 for sampras cisco, continuing to
warming up down the peninsula could reach 78 in palo alto, east bay low to mid '70's. 74 through castro valley, 80 through pittsburgh, anti-lock antioch. watch the temperature dropped tomorrow up to 90 degrees eighties around the bay, upper '70s for the coast. lots of sunshine even thursday will be similar. the cool down comes into the weekend by sunday into the '60s. >> erica: better news for hot spot on 880 northbound, we were following a multi vehicle accident involving a big rig. it took forever for the tow truck to get on scene he was stuck in the back up. this team has now been cleared but no obstruction
to the traffic lanes now, speeds are recovering. if this is your commute a lot of extra time or use 580 as an alternate route. a bridge check the bay bridge toll plaza looks good, a modest way- maker westbound in to san francisco. traffic moving well from the shore freeway. the only slowing is a northbound direction of the nimitz freeway. san mateo bridge has been problem free. a good drive time of just 12 minutes across the span. golden gate bridge ride looks heavier than it was last report. easy enough conditions approaching san francisco. >> justine: in thissan jose is facing hundreds of layoffs if the city and unions cannot agree on how to balance the budget.
the city manager has released a couple of proposals on how they can balance the budget. 195 at least officers would be eliminated, 64 firefighters would be laid off, the library would lose 72 positions, 182 parks and recreation jobs would be slashed there will be two public hearings before new budget is adopted june 21st, we have more on the possible cuts. >> craig: the cuts could take a bite out of the fire department stations like this one took a hit last now there's more to come. the revised budget would cut 64 staff positions on top of the 49 cut last year. most would be covered by retirement but not open positions this pushing the
ability to respond to fires quickly. >> we won't have enough fire trucks in a single station. we hope we never get to the point. >> craig: they would lose grant to hire back those loss last year. to keep to grant they can lay off any firefighters. >> james: pg&e replacing smart meters after customers were overcharged. it will offer refunds with the average one be about $40, it will also lost offer a $25 credit to those affected. if you have one of these defective meters p&g any knows about you they will contact you. protests across the bay for reasons ranging from two fears of being charged and radiation appears. >> justine: prince charles of wales will meet with president
barack obama obama during his trip to the states. prince charles will be in the united states through thursday, scheduled to be at georgetown university. it comes a few days after his son married catherine milton may be heard about that? the last visit was in 2007. >> james: 10:39 a.m. to a quick break and we will be back with more. [ female announcer ] here are some great reasons to switch to at&t.
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marathon. is snakes through the city and is not all wine keep out that is, in recent years some that the incidence of all fuel bad behavior light bauman then. it has angered residents living in the neighborhoods. in addition to a ban on all of all, please will set up checkpoints at undisclosed areas. there will be confiscating alcohol, nearby they will have silver intends to bring those who are falling down drunk. part of the idea is to keep those from being a drain on city services. it came to its may 26th trips between greece and hospitals. people who overindulge will be giving juice, water, coffee, snacks to help the silverado. they will be monitored by staff and offices are in case somebody is at hand those who do will be removed and
>> justine: friday's launch attempt was scrubbed because of the bad fuse box, and naso will try again launching in denver, but not before may 10th. congresswoman gabrielle gifford travel to watch the launch. she has now gone back to rehab, she is expected to return the next time they try to launch. >> james: let's check on whether, already off to a nice start, quite the warm-up ahead. >> louisa: the shot of downtown san francisco, is reflected off the building lots of blue skies and temperatures of 54. by noon time 65, getting close to 70 downtown san francisco. 53 by 8:00 p.m. elsewhere this morning we are finally into the '60s,
warming it up even more than that upper '70's and some of the warmer spots appeared wednesday is the real number, climbing up to 90 degrees by wednesday, thursday mid to upper 80s, right now temperatures and on their way up. 64 now out, 66 degrees in antioch, livermore valley state into the upper 50s, 57 through fremont. by the afternoon places like santa rosa we could spike up bin to the upper '70's, 81 in fairfield, vallejo, san rafael and mill valley as well, along the peninsula in looks like temperatures climbing to 69 degrees, warming up for their southdown to redwood city getting up to 76, 73 to the east bay appeared 73 for hayward, 75 in san leandro. temperatures through the san ramon valley to
the upper 70's we should warming up to 80 today walnut creek, 81 concord b. 7 day around the bay shows us a jump in temperatures beach weather for the next couple of days lots of sunshine. friday: it down and continuing that to the weekend. >> erica: the no hot spots the nimitz freeway is still a bit slow there, speeds are picking up moving closer to 40 mi. an hour. and once you reach the bay bridge toll plaza traffic is flowing freely from all three approaches. the san mateo bridge has been an easy ride throughout the morning and both directions across the span. if you're coming out of the north bay down to the golden gate bridge a beautiful ride away too. no accidents to tell you about traffic moving freely in to san francisco. what we
>> justine: more on the death of osama bin laden. dianne feinstein said she finds it hard to understand how pakistan could not have known about the compound appeared the head of the intelligence committee said she is concerned the government is walking both sides of the street. >> pakistan remains ground zero today, we know that the taliban the nonbeliever that if it went badly in afghanistan the next up would be pakistan. it is in a movement that would not be content to just to remain with partial victory. >> justine: this senator praised the president for having the gumption to make the decision to attack the compound when it was not 100 percent certain he was there.
>> james: they believe he made up propaganda recording shortly before his death, they expected to surface soon, it is unclear whether it was audio or video, it indicates it is working through media pipeline, the timing was coincidental and no indication he knew forces were bearing down on him. one ny >> justine: 1 kron 4 morning news will be right back, a few more minutes before 11:00 a.m. in no we are on from sorry am until 11:00 a.m. monday through friday. beautiful day better tomorrow details will come back.
>> james: the giants struggling, the managed three hits last night, two hours, 2 minutes for the nationals this batching the giants. it is the third time in six games that the champions had been shut out. clobbering thfirst 10 the a's wo take three of four games in this series against them. >> justine: you are good at reading the sports to get in the groove. we will be back at 4:00 a.m.. >> james: see you then.